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Bursary Golf Day – Play and Sponsorship Opportunities

The SGS Bursary Golf Day has been running for 20 years

We are delighted to be hosting our annual Bursary Golf Day on Thursday 15th June 2023 at Stockport Golf Club, one of Cheshire’s premier golf venues. This year is the 20th edition of the fundraising event.

We hope that you will be able to join us on the course or support the event through sponsorship. Please pass on the invitation to friends and colleagues who may also be interested in supporting this event.

The Bursary Golf Day is an excellent opportunity for relaxed and informal networking with friends and contacts and for companies to raise their profile with the school community. The profit we raise on the day goes directly to the Stockport Grammar School Bursary Fund.

How can you Support Us?

Details of all of the play and sponsorship options are below. The Golf Day and its supporters are promoted throughout the whole school and alumni communities in a range of medias including links to businesses from our website, SGS Community Network and social media.

Download details about the 2023 Bursary Golf Day (pdf)

Not a golfer?

You can still support the day;

How to Book

The number of teams we can accommodate is limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. To book your team’s place and to pledge sponsorship please contact Events & Marketing Officer Mrs Hannah Atenyam on

About the Bursary Fund

Stockport Grammar School was founded, in 1487, by philanthropy. Sir Edmond Shaa, determined to ‘give back’ to his home town and improve the lives of children, founded Stockport Grammar School to nurture intellect, foster character, and provide opportunity. The regular support of so many alumni, parents and friends has been essential to providing our means-tested bursaries at 11+ and 16+.

Unfortunately, we continue to disappoint many children due to insufficient funds. In 2022, we received 150 applications for only thirteen 11+ bursary places. Stockport has some of the highest levels of poverty in the country, highlighting why our focus on providing as many transformational 100% bursaries as we can is essential.

If you would like to make a gift to the Bursary Fund and help us do more to help local children who will excel at Stockport Grammar School, please visit or contact Head of Development Aria Johnston to find out more.